Recently, the BLM released a proposed management plan that would reduce the Pryor Mountains wild horse herd, an always controversial topic among wild horse advocates.
From neighborhood “trash bears” to near-city grizzlies feeding on frozen roadkill, bears in west-central Montana are active in greater number and frequency than normal for this time of year.
In 2022 a male wolf that was captured and fitted with a GPS collar south of Dillon decided to take a long hike through some of Montana’s most spectacular wild country.
A new non-tribal buffalo hunt on the Blackfeet Nation marks a new chapter in the tribes' management of the herd.
In his book, Christopher Preston examines what choices we make as we try to restore and rewild creatures that we’ve nearly wiped off the face of the planet.
A fierce winter in has forced bison north into the waiting rifles of tribal and state hunters, which combined have shot more than 450 bison so far this year.
A lot of fine print stands between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service review and a future grizzly trophy hunt. The apex predator has made big gains since the ESA gave it threatened status in 1975.
For almost three-quarters of a century, the start of ski and snowboard season was marked by the Warren Miller Film Tour that fall.
It’s a fish of many names: burbot, ling, eel pout, lawyer, mud shark and poor man’s lobster, just to name a few.